Submit Content? Yes, you should.

I've mentioned it a couple times, but the Submit Content page is embarassingly outdated. Because of this, perfectly reasonable people made incorrect assumptions just because they didn't have the right information. But fortunately, I just fixed all that!

So the new submit content page gives you all the information you'll need to put together podcast ready docs, and, as an added bonus, we just added the feature on being able to spy on the hopper.

We have locked the actual material from public view, but you'll always be able to look at this spreadsheet and see all the submissions we've received, and how they're doing. This spreadsheet will remain up to date, as it's tied to the secret spreadsheet that the ridiculists use to score submissions (more on that in the submit content page)

Now as for the actual content itself, I assume you'd like to know when we'll be releasing some new episodes? Soon, very soon, I totally promise. We have no less than 5 episodes which we've finished the recording on, and are currently waiting on the tender caress of their respective editors. So, content soon. Until then, check out these goddamn submissions!

Last Updated on Monday, 27 January 2014 09:31

Episode 102: I've Also Got An Idea For A Reboot Of Young Guns

READERS: Boots Raingear, Kumquatxop, Acierocolotl, Adam Bozarth, and Lemon.

Edited by Adam Bozarth

Content for this episode was provided by Cheapskate.

With operating budgets starting in the millions of dollars, the American Motion Picture is not an art form prone to risk or innovation. As the internet democratizes art, fresh ideas can come from anywhere. Take, for example, the website, where people write down poorly considered movie ideas to an audience of nobody for no reason whatsoever. Could this change the face of Hollywood? Sure, why not? This week, sex will be had (like it or not).

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  1. Chris and Tad - Film Party
  2. The Kinks - Groovy Movies

Last Updated on Monday, 13 May 2013 09:51

Episode 101: I Hope My Kids Never Evolve

READERS: STOG, Kumquatxop, Bunnybread, Adam Bozarth, and Lemon.

Edited by STOG

Content for this episode was provided by Montrith.

NOTE: For those of you waiting for the 100th Episode Spectacular, please be aware that this is episode #101.

Many people would agree that monkeys, by and large, are pretty cute. This is why they make popular zoo attractions, popular designs on t-shirts, and popular themes in nursery gear. Because we like looking at monkeys, they're a lot like us. But not so much like us that we'd consider adopting one and raising it like it was our own child. Well... most of us wouldn't do that.

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  1. James Kolchaka Superstar - Monkey Vs Robot
  2. Peter Gabriel - Shock The Monkey

Last Updated on Friday, 19 April 2013 19:15

Episode 99: Mr. Gandolfini? We Have A Few Rewrites.

READERS: Boots Raingear, Isfahan, Acierocolotl, Bunnybread, Adam Bozarth, and Lemon.

Edited by Boots Raingear

Content for this episode was provided by Linnet.

The F Plus has spent a number of years exploring odd areas of the internet in order to present you with material you might find thought provoking, interesting, horrifying, or otherwise upsetting to your worldview. Sometimes. We sometimes do that. Other times we find crappy fanfiction and read it derisively. This week, The F Plus has forgotten what The F Plus did with all the prounouns The F Plus had.

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  1. Stone Roses - Waterfall
  2. Veruca Salt - Volcano Girls

Last Updated on Thursday, 12 September 2013 20:01

Episode 98: Can't Say I Approve Of Your Methods, Mister Holmes

READERS: Jimmyfranks, Acierocolotl, Portaxx, Bunnybread, Isfahan, and Lemon.

Edited by Lemon

Content for this episode was provided by James Moriarty.

For over a hundred years, the character of Sherlock Holmes has been an inescapable touchstone of Western Culture. The subject of sixty stories written by Arthur Conan Doyle has led to more radio, television film and stage adaptations than even Wikipedia would care to document, and you might say that since those original stories were published, these producers have been making fanfiction. However, it wasn't until the 2010 BBC series that the fanfiction became as creepy as it could be. This week, The F Plus finally figures out spooning.

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  1. Sherlock - Opening Titles
  2. FC Kahuna - Bleep Freak
  3. Sherlock - The Game Is On
  4. Morris Day And The Time - Jerk Out

Last Updated on Sunday, 12 May 2013 22:41

Episode 97: Even Nonsense

READERS: John Toast, Bunnybread, Nutshell Gulag, Boots Raingear, STOG, Jimmyfranks, and Lemon.

Edited by Jimmyfranks

Content for this episode was provided Cheapskate (Cleretic had the same idea)

"Culture" is a tricky word, but it best describes our modern popular arts and entertainment, regardless of quality. When it comes to music, the disposable profit-motivated pop music released over the past 60 years has done far more to influence our way of life than the hundreds of years of finely crafted art before it. Maybe this is a condemnation of the direction humanity has taken, or maybe it's that it's way more fun to listen to "Shoop" than it is to read Leaves of Grass. But have you ever taken a moment to consider who was really responsible for all of this? Because it turns out it's just some lady with a blog. This week, we're writing the definitive Nirvana biopic.

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  1. Barry Manilow - I Write The Songs
  2. ???
Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 March 2013 20:21

Episode 96: HOCUS BOGUS!

READERS: Isfahan, Acierocolotl, Boots Raingear, Portaxx, and Lemon.

Edited by Isfahan

Nearly all of the content was provided by Portaxx, but Montrith helped

Here's the thing about our AllRecipes episodes: Sure they're stupid, but food actually exists. Welcome to, a place where you go in knowing that you'll be reading instructions on how to cast magic spells and yet you're still surprised by the poor writing abilities. This week, if you take this podcast as a joke you'll have to restart life.

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I've realized it really makes a lot more sense to link to the actual Record Doc in the episode notes, since it's more easy to follow and we don't have to worry about the links going down. Also, it's much easier. So I'm gonna be doing that from now on.

  1. Screamin' Jay Hawkins - I Put A Spell On You
  2. America - You Can Do Magic

Last Updated on Sunday, 12 May 2013 22:47

Episode 95: Why Crush A Bug When You can Ruin It Emotionally?

READERS: Boots Raingear, Bunnybread, Isfahan, Kumquatxop, Acierocolotl, and Lemon.

Edited by Acierocolotl

Content for this episode was provided by Montrith

This is an episode all about people who are sexually aroused by insects touching their genitals. So if you hit play, that's your business.

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  1. Hello Buggy Boys and Babes!
  2. Superkinky way of increasing girth...
  3. Bug/Insect Torture
  4. Entomophilia
  5. Re: Insect lover stories and experiences
  1. Canadian Brass - Flight of the Bumblebee
  2. The US Army Band - Flight of the Bumblebee
  3. Offspring - pretty fly for a white guy
  4. B52s - Junebug
  5. GWAR - Maggots


Here is the entire document Montrith provided for you. If you want to read more, you should probably be in jail.

Last Updated on Friday, 11 July 2014 11:01

Episode 94: I'm Really More Of An Idea Guy

READERS: Portaxx, Bunnybread, STOG, Boots Raingear, and Lemon. GUEST READER: Frank West.

Edited by Lemon

Most of the content for this episode was provided by Montrith

Politicians would insist that American ingenuity is the reason for American exceptionalism. They are, of course, lying. All it really takes to be exceptional is the belief that you are exceptional, everything else is just details. Fortunately for the subjects of tonite’s episode (the members of InventorSpot and AHHHA) details aren’t important. They have an idea. They haven’t given it any thought, they won’t give it any effort, and it’s not a good idea in the first place, but they have an idea. This week, pay attention or it's the naughty chair again.

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  1. eargasm
  2. land,sea, and air vehicle. all in one
  3. Every Idea I Have Ever Had
  4. Adult Batman Bed Sheets
  5. Get paid to post on social networks?
  6. Mealitary
  7. distribute an independent family dog movie that features dog dancing
  8. Fantasy Klout Draft Website
  9. manufactering sportcar design cars with low cost
  10. Home Stool Analyzer
  11. Kidnap for hire. Staged kidnappings.
  12. Barcode or QR reader that cooks microwave meals for you, hands-free
  13. iOS Car Media System
  14. Portable Naughty Chair
  1. Sue Dickson - Inventors And Inventions
  2. FC Kahuna - Bleep Freak
  3. Soul Coughing - The Idiot Kings


Last Updated on Sunday, 17 February 2013 18:46


If you've gone to this website with any regularity whatsoever, you've clearly recognized that we've outgrown our comments section. It's served its purpose for some time, and there's still some lovely gems in there, but we're inarguably beyond the point where we can rely on that thing to keep the discussion alive. Which is just as well, because I've been thinking about a forum for some time, and we're definitely at the point where we need to try it.

So, in secret, I've been building a Simple Machines Forum over the past couple weekends, and came together with a layout I'm happy with, and a number of opportunities to expand that'll be easy to work with should the project take off.

It's important to note here that everything that's previously existed continues to exist as it has. We're keeping the comments section and you can comment to your heart's content, although I'd strongly prefer that the comments section for an episode be a place where people can comment about that episode, and be used for everything else.

It's in my head that while the site is a forum at its core, the concept of specified read/write permissions plus a way for people to talk back and forth on a specific topic should hopefully allow us to experiment with different ways of producing content, and that we can build up an experience more robust than crating long-running dick jokes.... although those are fun too.

The other thing worth mentioning here is that we are charging a one-time $10 charge for posting rights. The reasons for this are numerous and hopefully explained pretty well in the official message, but briefly it's a matter of creating better forum logistics so we'll have a better community in the long run, plus scraping out a couple of bucks to defer our server costs. Believe me, nobody's gonna get rich making this podcast, but maybe we can spend a little less.

So thanks for what you've done with us so far. Let's see what we can do next. Where Hardons Collide

Last Updated on Monday, 27 January 2014 09:32

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